Women's Golf at the Stanford Intercollegiate
October 25, 1998
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- The Washington womens golf team had its second consecutive individual winner in as many weeks as sophomore Elisha Au tied for top honors at the Stanford Intercollegiate in Palo Alto. Au carded a third round 74 to finish with a three day total of 4-under 215 (70-71-74). She was declared co-champion along with Jenna Daniels (72-74-69) of Arizona.
UW freshman Kelli Kamimura had tied for first place at the Northwest Invitational a week ago, and lost medalist honors in a one-hole playoff.
The Husky team finished third with a three day total of 899 in the 19-team tournament at the par 73, 6,093-yard Stanford Golf Course. Arizona claimed the team title with a total of 885, two strokes ahead of host Stanford at 887.
Kamimura rebounded from a rocky first two days to fire a tournament-low 69 in her final round and finish in a tie for eighth place at 222 (77-76-69). Daniels matched her 69 on the final day as well.
Jennifer Stapleton had her best performance of the fall season with rounds of 74, 79 and 76 to finish at 228.
Paola Bellotti and Andrea Cordova each carded a final round 78 to finish at 238.
I am pleased with Elishas performance, said UW head coach Mary Lou Mulflur. She played steady for three days. Our whole team is starting to come together and play as a unit now. Thats what you look for during the fall season.
The Huskies conclude their fall schedule with a trip to Hawaii for the Rainbow Wahine Classic in Kauai Nov. 2-3.
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